Religious principles, religious problems, and religious enthusiasts have all played profound, if sometimes little appreciated roles in the development of international law.' This essay highlights the impact of religion on international law by providing a sampler of religious experiences in international law, to wit: three suspicions international lawyers have of religion, two contributions made between religion and international law, and one great and telling similarity between religion and international law.
Janis, Mark Weston, "A Sampler of Religious Experiences in International Law" (2003). Faculty Articles and Papers. 124.